Moscow Declaration: On the occasion of the Moscow Foreign Minister´s Conference from October 19 to 30, 1943, the foreign ministers of Great Britain (A. Eden), the USA (C. Hull) and the USSR (W. M. Molotow) drew up a declaration on Austria: as the 1st country to become a victim of Hitler´s policy of aggression, Austria was to be liberated from German rule, but Austria was also reminded of its share of responsibility for taking part in World War II. The French Committee of National Liberation joined the declaration on November 16, 1943.
Text in: S. Verosta, Die internationale Stellung Österreichs. Eine Sammlung von Erklärungen und Verträgen aus den Jahren 1938-1947, 1947.
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